Gardermoen Travel Guide

  • Taxi from Gardermoen
    Taxi from Gardermoen
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  • The view of Gardermoen airport tarmac
    The view of Gardermoen airport tarmac
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  • The view from the ATC tower
    The view from the ATC tower
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Gardermoen Things to Do

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    The Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft...

    by georeiser Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection is housed in a modern building southwest of Oslo Airport. The collection consists of more than 30 historic aircraft, and give a unique insight into Norwegian military aviation, with several rare aircraft from World War II. A complete collection of jet fighters which served with the Royal Norwegian Airforce during the Cold War years is also on display.

    Auster J/1 Autocrat
    Bell 47D-1
    Bell UH-1B Iroquois
    Cessna O-1A Birddog
    De Havilland of Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
    De Havilland Vampire F.3
    De Havilland Vampire T.55
    Douglas C-47A Dakota
    Fairchild M-62A/PT-19
    Farman F.46
    Heinkel He 111P
    Interstate S.1A Cadet
    Junkers Ju 52/3m
    Junkers Ju 88C-2
    Kjeller PK X-1
    Lockheed C-60A Lodestar
    Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
    Lockheed T-33A
    Noorduyen Norseman Mk. IV
    North American F-86F Sabre
    North American F-86K Sabre
    Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter
    Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter
    Northrop RF-5 Freedom Fighter
    Northrop N3PB
    Piper L-18 Super Cub
    Republic F-84G Thunderjet
    Republic RF-84F Thunderflash
    Royal Aircraft Factory BE2e
    Rumpler Taube
    SAAB 91B-2 Safir
    Sikorsky H-19D-4 Chikasaw
    Supermarine Spitfire PR XI

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Gardermoen Nightlife

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    Storgata i Jessheim: Gardermoen - Jessheim

    by georeiser Written Jun 25, 2010

    Gardermoen is by most people only known for beeing an airport. The village "Gardermoen" in the municipality of Ullensaker is so tiny that there are more moose than people living there.
    But the town Jessheim is only 5-10 minutes drive from Gardermoen. It is a place for having fun, and the nightlife is good in the weekends, ecpecially in the summertime.

    Jessheim is also known for the Nordic region's biggest shopping centre, and to be the home town of Thomas Rodvang and the infamous Tanya Hansen.

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Gardermoen Transportation

  • Gardermoen Airport

    Gardermoen Airport (Airport Code: OSL) is the main international airport of Norway. A hub airport for SAS Scandinavian Airlines, the airport also is serviced by 27 other airlines, from Aeroflot to Widerøe.To get to Oslo from Gardermoen Airport, you can use the train station co-located with the airport. You have the choice between the "Flytoget," a...

  • The airport train

    The Airport Express train runs between the airport and Drammen, Asker, Sandvika, Lysaker, Skoyen, Nationaltheater, Oslo central station and Lillestrom. Departs every 10 minutes from Oslo Central Station and Oslo Airport Gardermoen, and every 20 minutes from Asker station. The train from the airport to Oslo Central Station takes 19 minutes in the...

  • Nettbus/shuttlebus from Gardermoen...

    Nettbus Airport Express / shuttlebus is another coach which runs on scheduled services to and from hotels in the area. also has service to some other major Norwegian Airports.


Gardermoen Warnings and Dangers

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    Drinking alcohol in the streets

    by georeiser Written Jun 25, 2010

    Drinking alcohol in the streets is not allowed in Norway. You can in worst case end up with a fine of 500 USD. However it is legal to drink alcohol at outdoor restaurants. Be smart, hide your bottle and have fun...
    Peeing in public places or in the streets is also not allowed. Even if you try to hide your self behing a wall or similar places.

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Gardermoen Tourist Traps

  • The price level

    The price level in Norway is known for beeing high. Tourists related things like taking taxi, drinking beers and eating at nice restaurants are expensive. If you can lower your needs and avoid taking taxi, drinking beers and eating at nice restaurants, you can afford staying in Norway a long time. Food and beer is not that expensive in the shops...

  • Taxi from Gardermoen airport

    The taxi companies operate with different prices from Gardermoen airport, and some of them are terrible expensive. NEVER GET INTO A TAXI BEFORE YOU KNOW THE PRICE. Also remember that taxis are more expensive with more people in the car, and more expensive at nights and public holidays. Some of the taxi companies are cheaper FROM the airport and...

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Gardermoen General

  • For passengers in transit to other...

    It is bit a tedious, but all transit passengers to other cities in Norway must disembark to their first entry port and reclaim the checked-in baggage to customs clearance. Even thought it is the same airline. Pick up your checked-in luggage in the basement and walk through the customs. Then take the moving staircase or elevator to the departure...

  • Gardermoen airport

    The former main airport, Fornebu, was closed in 1998 due to its small size and replaced with a new and larger airport 45 km north of Oslo. The new airport Gardermoen (OSL) has a capacity of 28 million passengers a year. 13,000 people work at the airport's more than 100 companies. It takes about 30 minutes to drive on the freeway from Oslo and 19...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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